Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: trayi

  trayī—three Vedas    Bg 9.21
  trayī—Vedic sacrifices    SB 1.2.24
  trayī—three    SB 1.4.25
  trayī—the Vedas    SB 3.1.33
  trayī—the three goals, namely religion, economy and salvation    SB 3.12.44
  trayī—in the Vedas    SB 4.31.10
  trayī—the Vedic ritualistic ceremonies    SB 7.6.26
  trayī—the three modes of Vedic ritualistic ceremonies    SB 8.16.31
  trayī—the principles of the three Vedas    SB 9.14.43
  trayī—the Vedic principles of karma, jñāna and upāsanā    SB 9.14.49
  trayī-gātra—O personified Vedic knowledge    SB 4.7.46
  trayī-maya-ātman—O three Vedas personified    SB 8.7.28
  trayī-mayam—Vedas personified    SB 3.13.41
  trayī-mayam—the sum total of the three Vedas    SB 4.14.21
  trayī-mayam—established in the Vedas    SB 5.20.3-4
  trayī-mayam—consisting of the three Vedas (Sāma, Yajur and Ṛg)    SB 5.22.3
  trayī-mayaḥ—in terms of the Vedic injunction    SB 1.18.45
  trayī-mayaḥ—personified Vedas    SB 2.4.19
  trayī-mayaḥ—which is worshiped by the Gāyatrī mantra (oṁ bhūr bhuvaḥ svaḥ tat savitur, etc.)    SB 5.21.12
  trayī-mayaḥ—for the sake of guidance in karma-kāṇḍa Vedic knowledge    SB 8.5.36
  trayī-ātmā—who consists of the three Vedas    SB 5.8.19
  trayī-ātmā—whose form manifests the Vedas    Madhya 20.333

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